Burnside Animal Rehabilitation centre offers physiotherapy and hydrotherapy for dogs, cats and other small animals. We are based across two centres in Fleet and Upton Grey. We take referrals from vets all over Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey and beyond.
Our facilities include a hydrotherapy pool, underwater treadmill and dry treadmill, all of which are extremely useful tools in aiding your pets rehabilitation.
We pride ourselves on taking a multi-disciplinary approach and we will work closely with your vet, and any other professionals, during your pets rehabilitation. Before your pet can be treated by us we must have a signed consent form from your vet - please click here to download a vet referral & consent form. Alternatively please call us and we will contact your vet on your behalf.
Your first appointment will include an assessment by one of our physiotherapists to ensure that any treatment plan formulated is specific and individual to your pets needs. This appointment can last up to one hour and will include treatment as appropriate.
The number of treatments needed after this initial consultation is dependent on your animal and its needs. Like us, animals are individuals and treatment plans will differ from one to another.
Director & Veterinary Physiotherapist
PG Dip Veterinary Physiotherapy, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, ACPAT Cat A Member
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, MIRVAP,
Level 4 Hydrotherapist
Veterinary Physiotherapy Assistant
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, MIRVAP
Our purpose built Hydrotherapy room is a large space ideal for treating animals within our heated, indoor hydrotherapy pool.
Facilities include a therapeutic shower system and acess to the pool is via an external and internal ramp. The pool also has a built in platform, so we can treat your animal whilst they are standing in water.
Our underwater treadmill is situated in Upton Grey. This purpose-built facility allows us to carry out assessment, physiotherapy treatment and hydrotherapy treatment all under one roof.
The Underwater treadmill is a really effective treatment for conditions such as (but not limited to), elbow dysplasia, post-surgical rehab, spinal conditions and neurological illness.
Our Physiotherapy room allows for a calm, dry setting in which animals can be assessed and/or treated in a stress free environment.
Within the physiotherapy room there is a dry treadmill which is ideal for assessing gait and movement patterns, as well as being used for retraining muscle groups and gait re-education.
An eight year old Border Collie, who competes at agility, was referred with an injured front leg.
A 12-year old Golden Retriever referred after a tear in his cranial cruciate ligament in one of his knees